LONDON – Media, technology and IP law firm Wiggin has advised Two Halves Pictures on their investment from All3Media.
Co-founded by Gina Cronk and Richard Bedser, Two Halves Pictures launched in April 2016 to produce drama, factual and factual-drama series. Cronk and Bedser have a history of working together, previously co-producing AD: The Bible Continues for NBC in America.
Gina Cronk and Richard Bedser, the Two Halves joint managing directors said: “We’re very grateful to Medwyn, Michael and the team at Wiggin for advising and guiding us through what could have been a daunting investment process. We couldn’t be happier with the result.”
Corporate group co-head Michael Brader and Film & TV group partner Medwyn Jones led the team who advised Two Halves Pictures. They were assisted by Legal Director Benedict Headicar and associate Seth Roe. Wiggin’s corporate practice is a UK leader in the independent TV M&A and investment transactions market. Brader has advised on over 60 deals in the sector, including Blueprint Television on its investment deal with Sony Pictures Television, Barcroft Media Group on its investment by Channel 4’s Growth Fund, Neal Street on its acquisition by All3Media, Mammoth Screen on its acquisition by ITV, Blast! Films on its sale to Sky, Endemol Shine on its investment in Douglas Road, Monumental TV on its investment by ITV, and Naked Entertainment and Full Fat TV on their investments by Fremantle.